From films, interviews to features – join us as we explore the stories behind some of the most exciting artists in South Asia today


Creating in Community

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Living and Growing with Art

One of India’s most prominent patrons and collectors of contemporary art, Sangita Jindal looks back at a life shaped by great art and artists

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Manjit Bawa: My Guru, Brother and Friend

Art collector and patron Abhishek Poddar remembers the late great artist Manjit Bawa — and a lifelong friendship built on shared adventures and love for art

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Dear Khorshed: Letters from Raza

Shireen Gandhy, gallerist at Chemould Prescott Road in Mumbai, recounts the friendship between her mother and S.H. Raza nurtured  through letters — one that inspired her own journey in art.

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Cymroza: A New Kind of Gallery

Founder of Cymroza Art Gallery, Dr. Pheroza Godrej looks back at Bombay of the '60s — and the history of the gallery as a first-of-its-kind meeting ground for artists, writers, musicians and a new Indian imagination

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A Pilgrimage to Shantiniketan

Veteran gallerist Geetha Mehra describes her frequent journeys to Rabindranath Tagore’s haven, Shantiniketan — home to many of India’s foremost modernists

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Art and Friends at the Dinner Table

Collector and printmaking pioneer, Anil Relia shares stories from his printing studio in Ahmedabad that inspired some of India’s greatest modernists to use screen-printing as a medium — and in the process, became a hub of creativity and camaraderie